STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Pickled Dilled Beans
Anyone who has green or yellow beans growing in their garden knows that there's no stopping them if you keep picking them on a regular basis.
I've been harvesting beans (both green and yellow) for ab... Posted on 8/10/12 at 1:59 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Aldo Leopold-Green Fire is tonight
GREEN FIRE: Aldo Leopold & A Land Ethic For Our Time
NORTH DAKOTA PREMIERE
Tuesday, September 20th, 7pm
Festival Concert Hall, North Dakota State University Campus
Please join us at the Festiv... Posted on 9/20/11 at 2:06 PM
SPICER — Transport an invasive species like zebra mussels to Green Lake, and someday you might face a possible penalty of $3,000, one year in jail and the prospect of paying restitution for the harm done.
SPICER — Fear of the havoc that a zebra mussel infestation could bring to Green Lake and other waters in the Crow River watershed has led the Green Lake Property Owners Association to host a return presentation by retired fisheries biologist and outdoor author Dick Sternberg.
SPICER — If we’re serious about keeping zebra mussels out of the waters of Kandiyohi County, we need to develop power washing decontamination stations for watercraft coming from infested waters, according to Dick Sternberg, a retired fisheries biologist and popular author on all topics fishing.
A new report says government incentives for corn-based ethanol are motivating farmers to convert grasslands to cornfields, resulting in declining grassland bird populations in the Prairie Pothole Region, including Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
By Seth Tupper, Forum Communications Co.
January 27, 2010
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